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Old 15th January 2002, 20:32   #1  |  Link
Chumboy
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PrimoDVD and Pioneer A03

i already have a panasonic dvd-ram lf-d311 external firewire drive installed.

i bought pioneer a03 to test my dvd's with dvd-rw's (ram won't write to dvd-rw).

running windows xp.
primodvd updated.
a03 is master on secondary ide channel.
meritline 4.7gig dvd-rw media.

xp recognizes the a03.

but, primodvd reads the blank in the drive, states that there's a 4.7gig dvd-rw in the drive, then pauses, and says "drive not ready".
starting a burn session and then inserting a blank into the drive causes primo to hang in the "initializing" stage.

do you have to format the disks first...if so, how?

any help would be appreciated...
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Old 15th January 2002, 20:35   #2  |  Link
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hehe...hold on.

just as i finished typing, went back to primo and it had passed the initialization stage and is burning the disc.

seems i have to load up the project to be burned, click burn, then stick the dvd-rw in the drive.

interesting.

how do i erase the dvd-rw?
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Old 16th January 2002, 23:11   #3  |  Link
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it's an option under the Drive menu, in Primo.

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